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'Vanderpump Rules' Star Danica Dow Declares She's 'Back To Life' Amid Restraining Order Drama

By Whitney Vasquez

"Vanderpump Rules" star Danica Dow is not only back on Instagram but she's been brought "back to life." The "Pump Rules" newbie made her Instagram return on Friday, August 7, just days she was granted a restraining order against her ex-boyfriend, SUR bartender Brett Willis. The duo's up and down relationship hit the ultimate low when Danica filed a temporary restraining order last week claiming Brett broke into her home and shredded all her clothes with scissors. In response, Brett filed his own restraining order against the star.

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Brett Willis, who is rumored to be featured heavily on the show next season, accused Danica Dow of putting her hands on him, claiming she even choked him during one incident. While Danica Dow has kept her real-life matters with her "Vanderpump Rules" co-star off of social media, she's made her triumphant Instagram return and she's looking a little different.

Taking to the social media giant ahead of the weekend, Danica Dow showed off a whole new 'do after finally finding time to sit with her hair team amid the drama.

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New Hair, Who Dis?


Showing off her fit frame while flaunting her hot new hairstyle, Danica Dow highlighted her new blonde ombre extensions. Flashing her brown roots, the SUR manager struck a seductive pose while showing a whole lot of skin. Wearing a tiny black cropped tee, it was hard to look away from Danica's unbelievable body.

"Thank you to my hair team for bringing me back to life 💁🏼‍♀️," she captioned the stunning hair shot. While this is Danica Dow's first Instagram post since filing the restraining order against Brett, she returned to Twitter before the weekend to fiercely defend Lisa Vanderpump.

Defending Lisa Vanderpump:


According to reports, Lisa Vanderpump has been hit with a class action lawsuit filed by a former employee who only worked at SUR for a few months. She's being accused of failing to pay employees overtime wages, provide proper meal and rest breaks, and more.

Danica Dow took to Twitter to shoot down those claims on Friday, stating, "This isn’t true. I’ve never personally been, or even heard of, anybody not being paid." When someone challenged her about even working at SUR, Danica Down fired back, "Babe I’ve worked at sur for 3 years now lol. This girl who is making these claims worked there for 3 months, whom I’ve written up twice for her horrible behavior/work ethic. But believe what you want! The truth anyways comes out."

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